experience sportsman's paradise with a friendly, professional guide

MEET YOUR CAPTAIN

 

Captain Jeff J. Dauzat, is USCG licensed and insured and has been working these waters since 1988. Captain Dauzat has a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from Louisiana Tech University and an M.S. in Industrial Hygiene from Tulane University. Have questions for Captain Dauzat? Use our online contact form today!

ABOUT FIN AND FEATHER GUIDES

The Services

What makes Fin and Feather Guides the service to choose is that we offer a variety of hunting and fishing trips in the South Louisiana area, including a customized combo experience to ensure you have the best time possible – on land and on water. We cater to everyone from businessmen to families… pro enthusiasts to novices… and ensure that your trip is customized for you.

The Gear

We use only top quality equipment and gear, featuring Shimano tackle, G & H Decoys, MAKO/Yamaha and GatorTrax/Mud buddy.

The Locations

Fin and Feather Guides fishes in the waters south of New Orleans and hunts throughout south and central Louisiana. If you’re unfamiliar with the area, you may be interested in this quick guide to South Louisiana.

Delacroix Report 1/8/2016

Foggy day today in the Delacroix marsh. Very difficult navigation when you cannot see the bow light on the boat. Thank goodness for advanced electronics! We hit a hole in a classic winter time hot spot – deep hole adjacent to an oyster lined flat and it was on... read more

Buras Duck Report – 1/3/2016

1st duck trip of the year was challenging. The Mississippi River is high and rising. The parking lot of the launch is under 2 feet of water. The water is super high in the marsh right now. We saw a good number of ducks, but they do not want the open water and are... read more

Buras Duck Report 12/19/2015

Another duck smack down in the Mississippi River Delta. My guests were treated to beautiful duck hunting weather this weekend. Cold in the pre dawn darkness and warming up in the morning. There were plenty of ducks around although not as many as expected with the cold... read more